Saturday, January 1, 2011
No Maternal Instincts
She said she works in the "infant room" at her school...interesting. What has happened to our women and the family is quite interesting. I often spend a lot of time socializing, especially with women. So many women have told me that they don't want children. They tell me that children are a burden to women. I finally decided to video tape this phenomenon. I think it must have much to do with the fact that our birthrate and marriage rates are at historical lows and falling. Our birth rate, in fact, is below replacement levels This is a demographic nightmare which has deleterious and dire social, economic and political ramifications. I believe Western culture and civilization, particularly America, is in a state of precipitous decline.
I particularly liked the part where the young man says "That's good actually". I understand his motive but do not respect men for this. The socio-sexual dichotomy plays out into the larger cultural context and is an element of what MRAs describe as a Mangina.
Anyway, It's interesting how far along we have come toward implementing the ideals propagated by the American Cultural Revolution, The Sexual Revolution and Marxist Gender Feminism i.e. Marxist class "equality". The results are increasingly making themselves apparent and have not resulted in the utopian society women sought to create.
Hmmm "infant room"......
"The state is responsible for the upbringing of children" "The woman who takes up the struggle for the liberation of the working class must learn to understand that there is no more room for the old proprietary attitude which says: “These are my children, I owe them all my maternal solicitude and affection; those are your children, they are no concern of mine and I don’t care if they go hungry and cold – I have no time for other children.” The worker-mother must learn not to differentiate between yours and mine; she must remember that there are only our children, the children of Russia’s communist workers."
-Alexandra Kollontai -Komunistka, No. 2, 1920, and in English in The Worker, 1920